A short time ago the Super High Roller went on a 75-minute dinner break and whatever the Polish phenomenon tucks into during this time will taste pretty sweet as he’s got almost half the chips in play with four players remaining.
Dzmitry Urbanovich (Poland) 11,970,000
JC Alvarado (Mexico) 6,050,000
Christoph Vogelsang (Germany) 3,040,000
Sylvain Loosli (France) 2,685,000
They’re all guaranteed €446,800 whilst the winner will get €1,224,000. Should Urbanovich win it wouldn’t even be his largest score as he collected €1,446,600 for his runner-up finish in the EPT12 Grand Final Super High Roller.
With six players remaining Urbanovich was all but tied for the chip lead with JC Alvardao, but whilst the Mexican’s chip stack has stayed static Urbanovich has put on the afterburners to stretch into the lead.
Eliminating Ivan Luca in sixth place with tens against sixes helped as did taking care of Micahel Egan in fifth (ace-jack against ace-ten), but this hasn’t simply been a case of winning all-ins. He’s pulled out the four-bet and the overbet from his bag of tricks. We’ve been here before though as Urbanovich had a large lead heads-up before being pegged back and overhauled by Erik Seidel. Will history repeat itself here or will we see a little bit more history from Urbanovich?
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